An exquisite, elegant retreat overlooking the Adriatic Sea.
Located in Dubrovnik, just five minutes from the UNESCO-protected old town, luxury villa Orsula is a stunning thirteen bedroom property, resplendent in charm and elegance. This stunning boutique hotel was originally built in 1939, but completely reconstructed and refurbished for April 2012, maintaining the traditional architecture whilst simultaneously blending a contemporary interior for the ultimate luxurious getaway in sumptuous surroundings.
This picturesque villa sleeps up to twenty-six guests, and has breath-taking views of the Adriatic Sea as well as Lokrum Island. Featuring two impressive bars as well as a renowned restaurant, this villa is the perfect location for socialising, or hosting lavish events.
Featuring a neutral colour scheme throughout with splashes of colour, natural light fills the space, illuminating the enchanting spacious rooms and accentuating the soft furnishings and high class design. The thirteen rooms and suites are the ultimate in relaxation, with ample space and an elegant feel carried through the modern rooms, so guests can relax and replay the day’s activities, before drifting off to peaceful slumber. It is the Victoria restaurant that seems to garner the most attention, situated on the grapevine-draped terrace, overlooking the sea, it is the ideal place for a romantic dinner before retiring for the night in luxurious bedrooms.
With a stunning terrace perfect for cocktails, mesmerising views across the Adriatic, a library for reflective study, and serene gardens to relax in, villa Orsula is the ideal backdrop for glamourous gatherings and a retreat with friends and family.
1 x classic room with separate bathtub and shower, garden5 x superior rooms with sea views5 x deluxe rooms with sea views/small balcony1 x deluxe suite (72 sq. m.) Master bedroom with en-suite bathroom, walk in shower, living room, small balcony and guest bathroom. 1 x royal suite (73 sq. m.) Master bedroom with en-suite bathroom, bathtub and walk in shower, living area and balcony.
Dubrovnik Airport: 20km (30 minutes’ drive) Split Airport: 245km (3.5 hours’ drive)Things to do:
• Dubrovnik City tour of the Old Town
• Mostar cultural area which blends East with West
• Orašac & Trsteno – a world renowned botanical garden
• Montenegro tour – natural and historical sites
• Konavle valley tour – includes visit to a traditional folk village
• Međugorje – known for Catholic pilgrimage
• Pelješac “wine trail”
• Korčula – historical town and the birth place of Marco Polo
• Mljet National park
• Island Cruises
• Scuba diving, motor and sail boat charter, luxury yacht charter, water sports, panorama flights, horse-riding, paintball
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